Golden West Airlines  DHC-6 Twin Otter 200  N63128         (c/n  128)


                                           This was the first livery adopted by Golden West after the amalgamation of the four airlines which
                                           went into its formation.  This particular machine came from Aero Commuter and is seen here at
                                           Ontario Airport, Southern California, on a hot summer's day in 1969.    In the mid 1970s a revised
                                           scheme was adopted as seen in the image below by Ellis Chernoff in 1977 at the old Golden West
                                           Terminal at LAX (where the Bradley International Terminal now stands).   Finally, below that is
                                           another of Ellis' fine studies illustrating the final livery adopted by Golden West prior to its demise
                                           in 1983.  This one was shot at San Diego in 1981 (I was living in Kuala Lumpur at the time). .

                                           DHC-6 Twin Otter 200   N66191    (c/n  191)

                                           DHC-6 Twin Otter 200   N64150                   (c/n  150)